Lindsay Lohan’s long-awaited “Lohanaissance” continues with a mini mean girls Reunion: Lohan’s former costar, Emmy-winner Amanda Seyfried spoke to the 36-year-old to the Interview Magazine.
Seyfried is a fan of Christmas movies, so of course they talked about Lohan’s return to the cinema, In love with Christmas. Lohan and Seyfried also discussed standing up for themselves in their careers.
“When we were working in our late teens, early 20s, nobody gave a damn what we thought,” Seyfried said. “It feels like things have changed. I don’t know if it’s because we’re older and people respect us more or because we’re assertive because we’re more comfortable, but I finally feel like I’m not a kid anymore.”
Lohan replied, “That’s true, but I think people still see us as teenagers.”
When Seyfried Lohan asked what’s next in her career, she replied that she was interested in working behind the camera. “I’m considering starting another movie early in the year,” Lohan said. “I also want to produce and direct something that I’m not necessarily involved in. I feel like because I have so much experience on set and know so much about how it all works, I want to try it behind the camera.”
Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Seyfried also briefly discussed what everyone really wants to hear: Will there be a sequel Mean girls?
“I would kill just to do a week where we all play our own roles mean girls on Broadway,” Seyfried said. “Because a mean girls 2 will never happen, will it?”
“I don’t know,” Lohan replied. “I heard something about it being a movie musical and I was like, ‘Oh no.’ We can’t. It has to be the same tone.”
Seyfried ended the reunion discussion by adding, “Never mind, Tina [Fey] is busy. She’ll take care of it.” Your move, Tina.
This story originally appeared in Shine.